SOLANO COUNTY RETURNS TO PURPLE TIER
Solano Public Health announced Tuesday, November 16 that Solano County has been moved back to the Purple Tier (widespread) – the state’s most restrictive tier – effective immediately due to a recent, unprecedented surge in cases across the state.
What does this mean to TUSD?
- Meal distribution will continue. Meals are currently served Monday, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 12:00 – 1:30pm at Cambridge, Foxboro, Scandia Elementary, and Vanden High School.
- The District will continue to conduct regular surveys of families, students, and staff regarding reopening and Distance Learning.
- The Governing Board will discuss next steps of a Reopening Schools plan at their December 15 meeting. The Board will receive information regarding virus activity, as well as results from the above mentioned survey.
- School sites and the District office will remain closed to the public, but will be available by phone. Please check your school site for additional information.
- District staff will continue preparations for the return of students to school campuses while continuing to keep staff safe during these preparations.
We will continue to monitor the metrics on Governor Newsom’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy Page closely, so we are prepared to move back into in-person learning when those metrics allow. In the meantime, we encourage our families to continue being diligent to slow the spread.
REMINDER: Pursuant to the Governing Board's decision, in-person learning is scheduled to begin in a Hybrid Learning Model in March. Elementary students will return to campus on March 15 and Middle and High School students will return on March 29.
Beginning dates are subject to Solano County being in the Red Tier for 2 or more weeks.